Histórico

2018

MAY

  • Multicargo Terminal reaches a milestone of 1 million tons handled.
  • Açu Petróleo executes its first ship-to-ship operation with a Very Large Crude Carrier (VLCC).

JANUARY

  • Contract signed with Petrobras Distribuidora (BR) to supply fuel for vehicles and equipment, through the installation and operation of a fueling station in the Port of Açu.

2017

DECEMBER

  • GNA (Gás Natural Açu) presents one of the winning bids in the New Energy Auction A-6 2017.
  • Decree creating the Açu Export Processing Zone is signed.

SEPTEMBER

  • Multicargo Terminal welcomes its first Panamax ship.

AUGUST

  • Investment agreement is signed with Siemens to develop thermal power plant UTE GNA 1.

JULY

  • Partnership agreement signed with Port of Antwerp International (PAI).
  • Partnership contract is signed with GranIHC, Prumo’s partner at DOME, a subsidiary created to provide integrated logistics and service solutions for the O&G industry.

JUNE

  • Preliminary agreement signed with BP and Siemens, setting up the basis for negotiations to develop the Açu Gas Hub.

MAY

  • Contract with TRX signed to develop and implement an Industrial and Logistics Condominium.

APRIL

  • Contract with Euro Urbanismo signed to develop a Convenience Center.

2016

OCTOBER

  • Creation of a company named Dome, seeking to provide integrated services for the O&G industry.

SEPTEMBER

  • T-MULT stars operations with pet coke and project cargo.

AUGUST

  • Oil Terminal (T-OIL) begins operations.

JUNE

  • Three terminals are inaugurated in the Port of Açu: Oil Terminal, Marine Fuel Terminal and Multicargo Terminal.
  • First operation with marine diesel at the Marine Fuel Terminal.
  • Chevron signs contract to use Edison Chouest’s support base in Açu.

APRIL

  • Petrobras starts operations at Edison Chouest’s offshore support base in Açu Port.

JANUARY

  • The Port of Açu becomes the first one in Brazil to receive a Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) license.

2015

DECEMBER

  • ODN Tay IV, a semi-submersible drilling rig for deep water operations owned by Odebrecht Óleo e Gás (OOG), is the first to moor on the enterprise and represents the beginning of a new line of business.
  • The Brazilian Navy grants Açu Port a Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) license. Açu becomes the first port in Brazil to receive this license. VTS is a system that actively monitors waterway traffic, enhancing safety and efficiency.

SEPTEMBER

  • First operation involving bauxite at the Multicargo Terminal (T-MULT); the Turquoise Ocean was loaded with 30,000 tons of bauxite.

JULY

  • First bauxite load arrives in Açu Port.

MAY

  • Contract signed with Inter Rio to install a hotel in the Açu Port Industrial Complex.

2014

DECEMBER

  • Nautical Chart for terminals 1 and 2 is received. The document provides hydrographic information such as depth, signal floats determining the access canal, anchorage, compass rose, etc.
  • Contract signed with Marca Ambiental to set up a location for residue collection, treatment and disposal.

NOVEMBER

  • First operation at Terminal 2 (T2), with heavy-lift vessel Happy Dynamic mooring at the quayside of NOV’s facility.

OCTOBER

  • Start of operations at Terminal 1 (T1), loading 80,000 tons of iron ore to the Key Light vessel.

AUGUST

  • First ore concentrate pumped through a 529km slurry pipeline coming from Anglo American’s mine and processing plant in Minas Gerais arrives in Port of Açu.

JUNE

  • Opening of a base for clients to control, prevent and supervise possible oil spills at sea. The base is set up beside the Marine Traffic Operational Control Center (CCOTM) at Terminal 2.

APRIL

  • Contract signed with U.S.-based Edison Chouest for installation of an offshore logistics support base and repair shipyard for proprietary vessels in Port of Açu.

2013

MARCH

  • Partnership signed with BP to build a marine fuel terminal.

FEBRUARY

  • Commercial contract signed with Wärtsilä.

2012

DECEMBER

  • Contract signed with Vallourec for installation of a logistics base in Port of Açu.

MAY

  • Creation of Private Nature Reserve (RPPN) Fazenda Caruara, the largest in Brazil dedicated to the restinga shrub forest, with 3,845 hectares.

JANUARY

  • Start of construction of breakwater at the Onshore Terminal 2 (T2).

2011

DECEMBER

  • Contract signed with InterMoor for installation of a unit to provide logistics support and specialized O&G services in Port of Açu.

NOVEMBER

  • Contract signed with Technip Brasil for installation of a plant for manufacturing flexible pipes for the O&G offshore industry in Port of Açu.

OCTOBER

  • Contract signed with NKT Flexibles (acquired by NOV) for installation of a plant for manufacturing flexible pipes for the O&G offshore industry at Terminal 2 (T2).
  • Completed production of the first floating concrete bloc used in the construction of breakwater in Port of Açu.

JUNE

  • National Petroleum Agency (ANP) authorizes construction of an oil tanking and treatment unit (UTP) in Port of Açu.
  • Start of construction of the onshore canal at Terminal 2 (T2), with a total of 6.5 km, 300 meters in width and depth of as much as 14.5 meters.

2010

DECEMBER

  • The Brazilian Navy authorizes the development of the onshore canal at Terminal 2 (T2) in Port of Açu.

2007

OCTOBER

  • Start of construction of Açu Port, in São João da Barra (Rio de January state).